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Cheese energy could power hundreds of UK homes 

Cheesemaker First Milk has its own plant that uses cheese energy to produce biogas. Image: Photo by Alexander Maasch on Unsplash

Douglas Broom

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Cheese energy in the form of byproducts from Wensleydale will be used to produce more than 10,000 MWh of energy a year. Image: Wensleydale Creamery

Energy derived from cheese could help add to global biofuel production capacity Image: Statista

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